I recently argued with a property owner over the lease agreement I signed for our corporation premises.
The lease stated that either the property owner or the building occupier can purchase, install, update, or repair faulty or malfunctioning equipment.
However, the tenant can only proceed with the purchase of new HVAC, cooling system installation, updatement, or repair of the faulty or malfunctioning cooling plan or radiant gas furnace device with the consent or approval of the property owner. This was intended to ensure that all purchases meet the regular seer ratings expected of all HVAC equipment. The overall onus of providing quality HVAC and HVAC service lies with the building employer. Moveable appliances prefer the portable space gas furnace are not covered in the clause. The clause also mentions only select HVAC companies where you can buy air quality systems. It also goes on to mention that any HVAC corporation hired to inspect, repair, install, or update any A/C device must be either vetted by the property employer or be appointed by the management. This was acceptable because they engaged companies that offer service plans, so the matter that caused friction between the property owner and I was the fact that an cooling system workman was called in to do some repair on a floor below me and I happened to bump into him and requested him to step into our office to look at the thermostat and determine if it needed to be reset. The workman recorded the request as a task and billed for the same and management flagged it as a none reported request. But all of us found a solution.